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“No one cares until something bad happens” Peter Okoye shares deep message



Award-winning singer, Peter Okoye of popular music duo Psquare, has shared a message with his millions of fans.

The father of two in a post on his Instagram page shared a food for thought on the importance of loving one’s life.

Peter Okoye pointed out how no one cares about you till something happens.

Opining that life isn’t balanced, he advised his fans to love themselves as they are all they’ve got.

“A Man died of hunger, but food was served in his funeral… When you’re less busy think about it.

This life no balance.
No one gives a damn until something happens…
You are all you’ve got. LoveUpYourLife”.

Stop blaming celebrities for not helping people, hold your government responsible” Peter Okoye tells Nigerians

Weeks back, Peter Okoye had a message for entitled Nigerians who were fond of blaming celebrities for their poor standard of living.

In an Instagram live session, the singer told them to direct their anger to the government and not celebrities, as they aren’t entitled to helping them.

Peter told them to stop looking for people to blame, and start holding the government responsible.

The father of two noted how those in power were sending their children overseas for medical treatment and quality education, yet Nigerians expect celebrities to build schools and hospitals for them.

Peter Okoye shares message on loving oneself

Speaking to those questioning him for not signing any artists, he stated that not everyone must sign artists. He referred to the late Michael Jackson, who only signed his sister before his untimely death. Peter pointed out the hypocrisy of how Nigerians would have dragged him for engaging in only family business if he had signed his sister.

Mr P, as he is fondly called added that he doesn’t want to sign artists.

He said, “I invest more money in technology. You guys say Psquare who una help? Who una bring up? Who did Michael Jackson bring up? It is not everybody artist must sign. Me I don’t want to sign again.

MJ brought his sister, if I bring my sister, you all would say it’s family business.

A lot of people need help, but please learn to hold your government responsible. Enough of looking for people to blame you guys are quick to blame celebrities.

You are waiting for celebrities to build hospitals, build schools. Meanwhile, your government is taking his own kids, abroad for treatment, taking them to school abroad”.

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